Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Home Remedies for Wrinkles!!!

YES...Wrinkles are totally adorable and cute on these puppies
BUT definitely not a good look for "US"

YES...is never too late to start taking care of those unexpected and unwanted "WRINKLES" almost everyone will be affected by wrinkles at some point of their lives. Wrinkles are caused by smoking, drugs, stress, rapid weight loss, smoking, sunbathing and loss or lack of vitamin E in your skin.


Here are some very simple Home Remedies for Wrinkles



Gently massage coconut oil to your face and throat area before bed every night. Virgin coconut oil mixed with a few drops of Vitamin E oil is one of the best deep wrinkle creams and often produces visible results within a week of using them.



You can also rub the core of a pineapple along your face and throw, leave the juice on your face for 10-15 minutes before rinsing it off. Pineapple juice works wonderfully on fine or small wrinkles.
Another use for pineapple juice or even apple juice is to apply it to your face and throat or other parts of the body, leave it on for 10-15 minutes before rinsing. This will help with fine or small wrinkles and also help cracked skin.


Vitamin E (Price range between $3-$5 per bottle)

Take (3) vitamin E capsules break them and add a 1/2 teaspoon of each of the following: 
honey, lemon juice and 2 teaspoons of plain yogurt. Mix all these items together and apply the mixture to your face. Leave it on your face for 10-15 minutes before rinsing it off. This mixture will give your skin the vitamin E it needs to help with wrinkles and to prevent more from occurring.


Under Eye Wrinkles

Apply egg whites to the skin under your eyes. Egg whites contain several vitamins and will help to nourish as well as tighten your skin. This is an excellent method to reduce wrinkles naturally and so in addition to applying it under your eyes, you can apply it to your forehead and other areas of your skin that are prone to wrinkling.


Forehead Wrinkles

Prepared puree made out of a small piece of raw papaya and a piece of banana. Papaya contains papain which is an enzyme that helps to break down dead skin cells on the surface of the skin and encourages the growth of newer skin. Bananas are rich in several vitamins and help to rejuvenate the skin and prevent further wrinkling. Use this remedy at least once a week to help prevent and treat wrinkles.


Also don't forget to have a "Balanced Diet"

A diet rich in fresh fruits, vegetables and whole grains paves the way for a wrinkle-free skin. Consume at least 4-6 liters of water everyday. This is the best way to hydrate and moisturize your skin from within.

Use natural moisturizing creams and lotions regularly. Light Massage with cream or lotion every night can keep your skin soft and supple. And of course don't forget your sunscreen!


ALWAYS P!NK POSITIVE & P!NK BEAUTIFUL!

62 comments:

  1. Love your tips! Especially white egg under eyes therapy. And the picture of puppies is adorable:-)
    hugs from New York,
    xx
    Ask Erena
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  2. woww Marina... those are really great tips.. I was planning to start an anti aging thingy... Im surely following the coconut oil tip :)

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  3. ooo.. been waiting for this kind of post! I am battling my wrinkles and I am just 25.. I hope it is not too late! Awesome tips! Thanks!! x

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  4. This is a great post! I am TOTALLY on top of my anti wrinkle creams every night and ALWAYS looking for other remedies to prevent them. Thanks for the tips will try them out! XoXo

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  5. Awesome!! And love the first picture!!!

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  6. La vitamina E es muy eficaz!!

    Bss
    vistetedeseda.blogspot.com

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  7. the point where you talk about egg whites is really interesting and completely new to me. thanks for the tips ;)

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  8. As always, thank you for the tips, they will come in handy in a few years.

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  9. I adore you when you post things like these!!!
    p.s. I adore you anyway!!!
    Many many kisses and hugs!
    Miss Margaret Cruzemark
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  10. Amazing advices! It's never too eary to start take care for wrinkles! :D


    xoxo
    Antonia

    FASHION IMPERATIVE

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  11. Hahaha...the pic of the puppies is so cute! These are really great remedies :) Thanks for sharing.

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  12. Nice tips!

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  13. Lots of vitamin E :) Great Tips Doll!!!

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    Za

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  14. These are genius remedies. Nobody likes wrinkles. NOBODY. I am taking preemptive strikes against them now.

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  16. I am going to bookmark this page and When I see wrinkles on my face, I am definitely going to follow your tips. They ALWAYS are so wonderful and prove helpful.

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  17. Great tips thanks for sharing xx

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  18. once i bought Vitamin E capsules and they smelled funky when i opened it:( is that normal? thanks for these tips, some eye wrinkles i saw day ago were new.. sad! haha

    xx
    teresa
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  19. i saw some new eye wrinkles days ago*

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  20. These are some nice tips.
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  21. These are great!! Sooo much better than expensive beauty products. :)

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  22. I didn't know you could use pineapple on your small wrinkles!

    Wida
    Missing Amsie Blog

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  23. These are such interesting wrinkle remedies, anything organic and natural is awesome! Thanks for sharing! xoxo, Veena <3

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  24. thank god i don't have to worry about wrinkles for atleast a few more years!

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  25. the pineapple is definitely a good idea, I am gonna start trying this at home. thanks for the hint. ;)

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  26. Love your blog, so many useful tips!

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    xx

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  27. i follow you back sweety! :)

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  28. Great tips! Do you have any tips for dark circles or baggy eyes...that seems to be my current problem right now. Aww the picture of the puppies is too cute! Wrinkles are adorable on them!
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  29. wow I've never heard of any of these & I'm sure glad that I read this!!! I am definitely doing these asap!

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  30. Great tips especially the coconut oil one! i think I'll try it also because I love the smell!

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  31. great tips on how to take care of your skin! thanks for posting dear!

    jos xx

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  32. Shouldn't really have to worry about it at my age but no hurt I'm getting a head start.

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  33. I follow, follow back

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  34. Thanks! Loved the post! Coconut oil and vitamin E.. I must buy that!

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  35. Love this post! i want to try the vita E!! thanks for sharing..
    no wonder you look so fresh and young

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  36. Great tips! Very informative. :)

    xx
    Heel in Mint

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  37. These are all great tips and I wish I consulted you before I went to the Clarins counter! I'll have to try the egg whites around the eyes!

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  38. Great advice. I love coconut oil for my hair, I have to try some on my face.

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  40. Great tips !
    People with a drier skin have more wrinkles than people with a oily skin. It's a general truth so I happy for that, that I have an oily skin ;D about all of the downsides, I'm going to be quit ;)

    Love Lupe,
    xoxo

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  41. Im following for a while now.... and you havent noticed... ! doesn´t matter.

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  42. Thanks for sharing! xoxo

    Fashion Cat
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  43. I love the pineapple one--it works

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  44. these tips are so great!!!! :)

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  45. I follow you :* :) I'm waiting for u! ;)

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  46. muchisimas gracias por tu comentario.
    voy a tener que preparar el pure de papaya y banana que me estan empezando a salir unas arruguitas en la frente
    besines
    http://elarmariodepispi.blogspot.com/

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  47. well the puppies look super cute with their wrinkles :)
    thank you so much for following me,that's super nice :)
    love your blog

    sammie
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    fashionbarbecue.com

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  48. Don't have any wrinkles now but when I do I will follow the advice!
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  49. Thanks for sharing these home remedies1 I could try them out for wrinkles under my eyes. I'm following you now.;)

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  50. beautiful!!! i'm following you!!!

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  51. These are some great tips, thanks for sharing!

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  52. Interesting tips!

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  53. mmm kisses 4r u dear 4r ths adorable post..evrytime u make me feel blogging worthwhile...love u

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  54. great tips! Vitamin E is the best! Such a cute puppy picture :)

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  55. So glad you guys enjoyed this post.

    Kisses,
    Marina

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